If you like modern anonymous hotels don't stay here! The shortcomings of Pratt's are obvious. The buliding is over 250 years old and sometimes shows it. We stayed here for the weekend 12th/13th December and really enjoyed it. A lady who stayed at the front of the hotel complained about noise from the late bar next door, but as we were at the back on the top (3rd) floor we didn't hear it at all. We did however hear creaking floorboards everywhere, and our friend who had the single room up the corridor had her sleep interrupted constantly on the Friday by meandering guests' footsteps. Her single room incidently was quite charming, very neat and well equipped. Our room had a very comfy double bed, tv, tea/coffee and large wardrobe. The water in the bathroom (large bath) was nice and hot. We didn't eat at all in the hotel (we booked room only) but food we saw in the bar looked appetising. The bar was very pleasant, with large windows and comfortable seating, a really nice place to meet before going out and for a quick drink before retiring. It has been well documented that the hotel is undergoing a major restoration next year, but as this is a listed building it should'nt lose it's charm. We walked up from the station (400yds) but if you drive there is a car park opposite. All in all an enjoyable experience in a charming old hotel. Oh, watch out for the lift, it sets off like a theme park ride the moment the gate shuts!
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- Hotel has been part of the city's heritage since the mid 1700s; a Georgian landmark set in the city center. ... more less
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